Residents of Kakamega are still in shock after mysterious deaths in one village, these deaths have emerged after reports had it that several villagers stole alcohol from one of the local illicit brew vendors.
Ministry of Health officers from Kakamega county are investigating a strange disease in the county that has reportedly claimed eight lives in the last one month.
Senyende area residents in Shinyalu district Kakamega County, have decided to burn property that belongs to one of the suspects who brought about the death of a twenty-two years old girl in the region. They state that; the suspects have always had a tendency in involving in criminal cases for quite some time and whenever they reported to the nearby police station no action has always been being taken. Houses on fire. "We are getting it hard to stay in our homes due to a lot of property destruction we encounter
Western Kenya is the home to the over 16 subtribes of the larger Luhya tribe. However, as with any community there are some people who are the most dreaded. As a Luhya I find the Isukha and Tirikis to be the most feared and I will explain why. To begin with, the Tiriki are one of the most microscopic subtribes of Luhya people but ironically have the ability to send chills down the spines of other communities. This is especially during their circumcision season which is honoured after every five years. Secrets
Eight people have been reported dead in Kakamega from what appears to be a strange illness.According to the Ministry of Health of Kakamega County, the eight people from Isukha area in Shinyalu Constituency died while receiving treatment at the Kakamega County Referral Hospital.
Tension is high in Isukha village, Kakamega county, where the residents have been left in shock as 8 people die and other 22 are critically ill at the Kakamega Referral Hospital.
Who are Isukha people in Kenya? The Isukha,also known as the Abiisukha residents of Kakamega among other sub-tribes,they are neighbours to the Idakho and the Tiriki. They hold the Crying stone of Ilesi with esteem because it is here where they used to conduct sacrifices to their ancestors in times of trouble.Isukha people speak language called Isukha.Elders differs on where Isukha people originated. Although Isukha have good culture that should be admired,it has started eroding and many people are no longer
As one of the main tourist attraction site for the Kakamega County, the crying stone popularly known as 'Ikhongo Murwa' for years now has depleted its 'tear glands' reserves. The giant stone lies in Ilesi centre, on the Kakamega-Kisumu Highway, and is preciously valued by the Isukha community who use it for prayers, cleansing and other rituals. Despite being a key tourist attraction for both local and foreign visitors, the rock towering at over 20 metres high, is slowly losing its treasure: the rare feature
[Photo Courtesy] An unknown disease has affected many people in Isukha area,shinyalu constituency in Kakamega County leading to the dead of 8 victims and leaving others about 20 fighting for their lives in the County hospital.
Residents of Isukha village have been hit by a mysterious disease that has claimed the lives of eight of their members while another 22 are in critical condition in Kakamega Referral Hospital.Majority of the victims are aged between 30 to 45 years.
Shina area residents.
Isukha South Member of County Assembly.
Download the Opera News App to get more news highlights # Follow,share and like the article For anyone at the foot of this phenomenon, the most striking feature is that it resembles a gowned figure, perpetually in tears flowing from 'head to toe',an image spiced-up by myth and folkfore. For the Government, it is simply another tourist attraction within the Western Kenya tourism circuit. And to scientists, it is a formation consisting of a large boulder balanced on a column of rock with water flowing from